It's official, I love the Mickie vs. Trish feud. Mickie is a decent worker, pulls off the psycho stalker character well, and is a diva who actually gets heel heat. Plus, the feud makes sense, and isn't being forced down our throats like the other feuds on Raw. Of course, WWE will find a way to fuck it up, but for now, I'm happy.
I still don't get the point of the Shawns vs. Vince feud. So far, it seems like it's because Vince for some reason wants Shawn to go back to his hard partying days, and that Shawn wants Vince to get over the Montreal incident. I'm sorry, but that doesn't make a good feud. It's just Vince playing the Mr. McMahon character that got old years ago.
Last nights season finale of The Shield kicked my ass in all kinds of ways. I was silent for a long time, thinking to myself "Shane, you Mother Fucker". It took Bush messing up counting to three on Letterman to snap out of it.
First of All, I saw the remake of "The Hills Have Eyes" last night. For the most part I enjoyed it, but I still like the original more. Also, as his second film, I'd have to say that Alexandre Aja's first film "High Tension" is better. Still, it's pretty good, and much better than most remakes.
Second of all, I would have to say this: Tina Fey is not funny.
Finally, to everyone who voted for me in round one of the TSM poster's tournoment, I say thank you. I don't expect to win round two, but I'm happy that I made as far as round two.
Man, only one response? I must have the most boring blog in this place.
Anyways, I'm mostly posting today out of boredom. So, here's a list I made up, out of boredom.
8 things in music, and things about music fans, that annoy me.
1.) Bands who do entire albums either without a title, or without a song title. Really, it's the most pretentious thing on Earth. Examples of artists who have done this include Sigur Ros, Merzbow, and Farmers Manual. While I like Merzbow and Sigur Ros, I still find this annoying.
2.) People who constantly go on about what Punk was about back in the day. You wanna know something? Nobody will ever really know what punk was about, because it was about a lot of things. It wasn't about just one single thing.
3.) People who complain about Hip Hop. This usually comes from 1.) Classic Rock and Prog Rock fans, 2.) Jazz Snobs, and 3.) Racist Halfwits. Basically, the same kind of people who will debate Pink Floyd (who I love) or John Coltrane (not a diss on Coltrane, since I also love his work), but are either too boring, or too self important to recognize something different and innovative now and then. Just remember this rock snobs: You may badmouth someone like Acelyone, but remember that there was a time when the bands you loved were dismissed.
4.) Ridiculously long album titles. This is very common in the world of Post Rock (i.e. A Silver MT. Zion, GYBE!). While I do enjoy Post Rock, this really gets on my nerves.
5.) Tool fans. Most of the Tool fans I've encountered are incredibly boring pseudo-intellecualist pricks. Also, most ICP fans I've encountered are complete retards. Carnival is probably the only ICP fan I've discovered on the net who doesn't annoy me.
6.) Frank Zappa fans. Not really a complaint, but more of an observation: On every message board on the internet, there is someone who go on and on about Frank Zappas brilliance. Again, not a diss or complaint, just an observation.
7.) People who dismiss Pitchfork, but embrace other pretentious, scenester music websites. Sure, I think Pitchfork sucks, but people wh go on about why it sucks, but then embrace an equally pretentious webpage like Brainwashed are basically like the pot calling the kettle black.
8.) People who call you an idiot for liking a certain band. It seems like your not allowed to like bands like The Killers these days, because if you do, you'll have somebody call you an idiot, or go on a pointless rant (much like this one) about why they think that band sucks. Well, sorry that I haven't praised whatever new Sufjan Stevens album has come out, but there are bands that I can't bring myself to hate, so shove it hipsters.
Well, that's all I have to say.
I have a confession to make, and alot of people will disagree with me. Anyways, I confess: I like the Spirit Squad. Is it retarded? You bet your ass it is. Is it Wrestlecrap? Yes. So why do I like it? Because the way it was done last Monday was so stupid, yet so surreal and so random, that I couldn't help but love it.
So of course, the WWE will screw it up for me.
Well, had my first a few days ago. So far, it looks like things are doing fine, albeit a bit uneventful. More classes tomorrow, so there ya go.
Dread Central gave 4 1/2 out of 5 Bloodmugs to the upcoming Master's of Horror episode "Fair Haired Child." Remember, it's on Friday at 10 on Showtime, with repeats throughout the weekend. Also, remember that Eli Roth's "Hostel" comes to theatres on Friday. Oh, and it includes the trailer to the WWE's horror movie "See No Evil". I agree with other people when they said it would have been awesome if Kane played an evil Ice Cream Man, but that role's been done by God's second son (aka Clint Howard).
Finally, for those wondering why this blog is called "The Crackdown", here is the answer: It's named after a Cabaret Voltaire album.
There ya go for now
Hostel was pretty sweet. I can't tell you a whole lot of what happens, because it would spoil it.
As far as trailers go, Hard Candy and The Hills Have Eyes remake look good. The American Version of Pulse looks bad, as does the remake of When a Stranger Calls. As For See No Evil, it looks hilariously bad.
Haven't seen Wolf Creek, though a few of my friends have and they where disappointed. Also, I don't want to see Bloodrayne.
Anyways, I saw the Master of Horror Episode "Fair Haired Child" last night. Other than one disappointment, it's pretty good. It's not the best episode, but it ties with Argento's episode ("Jennifer") as the creepiest. The whole thing has a great atmosphere, and it's probably the best thing that William Malone has directed yet. Plus, the acting was good, and the score was top notch. The only real flaw IMO, is the Fair Haired Child itself. The episode does such a good job at building this mounting dread about the creature, but when we finally see it, it's just not that great. It looks too much like the title character in the Aphex Twin video "Rubber Johnny" to be scary. Other than that, it's a good episode, and probably the most atmospheric episode of the series so far.
The next episode is called "Sick Girl", and is directed by Lucky ("May") McKee. Remember folks, it's on Friday at 10 on Showtime.
Good week so far. Classes are doing allright, and on Smackdown, Angle is the champ. Even though I (and everyone else) knew it was going to happen, I still marked out.
Also, the "Masters of Horror" episode tonight, called "Sick Girl", was pretty good. It's basically a lesbian love story with insects involved, and it's really creepy. Angela ("May", "Toolbox Murders" remake) Bettis was good, as was Erin Brown (who you late night Cinemax watchers may know of as EI starlette Misty Mundae). Also, after second viewing, I'd have to say that the episode "Fair Haired Child" is still pretty good, and that I've changed my mind on the title creature: It's actually pretty creepy. Anyways, next weeks episode is called "Pick Me Up", and is directed by Larry (director "It's Alive", "God Told Me To", &"Q The Winged Serpant", as well as one of the writers of the "Maniac Cop" films) Cohen. It deals with a girl trapped in a game of cat and mouse with two killers. One who kills hitchhikers, the other is a hitchhiker who kills people who pick him up.
First off, I haven't posted here in a while because I have a lot of homework right now.
Anyways, here's some news on Masters of Horror. First off, I saw the episode "Pick Me Up" last night. Not a very good episode. Some good acting, but that was it. Next week is "Haekel's Tale"
Speaking of "Haekel's Tale", it will be the season finale. Showtime has dropped Takashi Miike's episode "Imprint", sighting it too disturbing. Miike himself say's he's not suprised. The thing that gets me about this, is that Showtime was willing to let producer and series creator Mick Garris give Miike complete creative control of the episode, so of course it's not going to be appropriate for the network. Fortunately, the episode will come out on DVD later this year, as will other episodes. However, each episode will be released on one DVD each. So unfortunately, no boxed set yet.
Finally, here's an update on season 2. So far, Mick Garris, John Landis, Stuart Gordon, John Carpenter, Joe Dante, and Tobe Hooper have agreed to return as directors. Meanwhile, Brad ("Session 9", "The Machinist") Anderson has been tapped to direct an episode, and there is still possibility that Eli Roth, Rob Zombie, and Guillermo del Toro may direct. Also, Gordon is looking to direct an adaptation of Poe's "The Black Cat", and wants Jeffrey Combs to play Poe.
Well first off, I take it back: I don't like the spirit squad anymore. Granted, I liked it at first, but the novelty has worn off pretty quick. I guess it's because it's now expected, and not so weird anymore.
Second, the season finale of Masters of Horror last Friday, called "Haeckle's Tale", was disappointing. It started out great, but as it progressed, it became just another zombie story, and really fell apart with it's "Tales from the Crypt" style ending. Oh well, at least there's next season. Anyways, here's my ratings for episodes, 1 being best, and 12 being worst.
1.) Cigarette Burns (directed by John Carpenter)
2.) Fair Haired Child (directed by William Malone)
3.) The Deer Woman (directed by John Landis)
4.) Homecoming (directed by Joe Dante)
5.) Incident on and off a Mountain Road (directed by Don Coscarelli)
6.) Jennifer (directed by Dario Argento)
7.) Dance of the Dead (directed by Tobe Hooper)
8.) Sick Girl (directed by Lucky McKee)
9.) Pick Me Up (directed by Larry Cohen)
10.) Chocolate (directed by Mick Garris)
11.) Haeckel's Tale (directed by John McNaughton)
12.) Dreams in the Witch House (directed by Stuart Gordon)
Anyone else but me watch the series, because I'm the only person here who seemed to talk about it.
Well, The Stealers won the Superbowl last night. I was sort of wishing Seattle would win, just because all of the Stealers love was getting on my nerves. Also, my sister called me last night, and told me that my dad hates them. Oh well.
Anyways, the pregame show (with Stevie Wonder) was alright. The halftime show sucked though. That was probably the most overblown performance of "Satisfaction" I've ever seen. As for comercials, the FedEx commercial with the Cavemen was the best, while the Diet Pepsi commercials were the worst.
Gotta go. Have some homework to fiinish.
Anyways, been a while.
So far, Wrestlemania looks like it will be shit. Normally, I order it evey year, so this looks like the first time I won't be ordering one. Here is a list of things that are most likely better than Wrestlemania will be:
Metallica's "St. Anger"
Date Movie (that's right, fucking Date Movie looks better than Wrestlemania.)
A movie from Uwe Boll
See No Evil (I've seen the poster for it online. It has a new shitty tagline: "Evil Gets Raw")
A porno from Rob Black
A post from Desperate Housewife
Goldberg vs. Lesner
Getting a tattoo that says something retarded
Feel free to add to the list.
Also, I really dig Venetian Snares. Nothing else to add, I just really dig the guys work.
This post has nothing to do with the late Russell Jones. It would be much better if it was though.
To Czech: I'm disappointed that you haven't said anything insulting about me the the Hardcore Discussion, though seeing you sanity slowly melt away is amusing. I guess you haven't said much about me because I rarely post in Hardcore Discussion, and because I'm a non-confrontational pussy.
Anyways, got the original novel version of "Carnosaur" in the mail. The book's much better than the movie, though the movie remains a guilty pleasure of mine.
Anyways, I've been incredibly busy lately. Finals are this week.
Now, on with other things.
-Last Thursday, while I was leaving class, I saw something that plagues every college campus: Hippies. They were pretty much standing around, holding signs with big "I'm Pro-Life" and "Fuck Bush" written on them, one of them had a megaphone and was shouting all kinds of things like "Bush is a Shitty President" and basically being obnoxious hippies who refuse to make anything out of themselves or the opportunities given to them because they are too busy being jackasses and "Fighting The Man". I was tempted to come up to them and say something to piss them off-I mean come on, it's not lke they will gang up on me and beat me up-but I didn't. I wish I did though. Later on that day, I told one of my friends about this, and she pretty much defended them.
Anyways, here's my point: I'm very Anti-Bush. I'm not exactly a big fan of the war in Iraq. At the same time though, I really fucking hate hippies. I'm sorry hippies, but why do you continue to "Fight For The Cause"? I'm not happy with Bush either, but I don't go around annoying people because of it. Plus, hippies are utterly clueless. They don't seem to realize how the real world works. Sure, I have no problem with anyone who skips class, but if your going to do it so you can shout out lame slogans and such, then I'm sorry, but you suck. Get a steady job. Attend your classes. Hell, you are in college. You are being given the perfect opportunity to make something usefull out of yourselves. To actually contribute something to society and become something. Hell, right now, you have the fucking luxery of delaying entrance into the real world for a good four to five years. And how do you this: By conforming to every lame "Down With The Elite" stereotype imaginable.
Guess what hippies? You are a part of the "elite". You are a part of society. Sure, you don't contribute to anything like actually getting an education or going to work, but you are still a part of society. You are all conformists. Hell, everyone is a conformist, and you know what? It's great. Being a conformist is actually fucking awesome in reality. For now though, you don't realize that. You are to busy wearing your Che Guevara T-Shirts and smoking your joints to realize that you are utter failures.
Ok, I'm done ranting.
That out of the way, one more thing I've noticed: Though they preach racial equality, all hippies seem to be white. I'm a white guy myself, but It just further confirms my belief that the majority of idiots in America are white.
Well, it seems like the "Snakes on a Plane" teaser might be a fake. I hope not.
In more important thoughts, my best guess is that either Czech or Carnival will win the TSM Poster's Tournament. I'm still suprised that I made it to round two. Plus, it's kind of an honor to lose to Niskie, as he's an awesome poster.
I bought Can's Ege Bamyasi, Massive Attacks's Blue Lines, Butthole Surfers's Psychic...Powerless...Another Man's Sac, and Richie Hawtin's Decks, EFX, and 909. I'll get to listening to all of them by the end of the weekend. Also, I listened to Music To Make Love To Your Old Lady By from Lovage today. My second listening, and it's alot better than I remembered it was.
I listened to two of the four CD's I bought yesterday. My Thoughts:
Can-Ege Bamyasi I don't like it as much as Tago Mago (The weird chanting/yelling in the song Soup gets annoying) but it's still awesome. This is the second album from Can I've bought, so maybe I'll buy either Future Days or Soon over Bambaala next.
Butthole Surfers-Psychic...Powerless...Another Man's Sac- I said it in the music board earlier, and I'll say it again: This is probably the funniest album they did. It's also the most punk rock sounding of their albums that I've heard. It's not as good as Locus Abortuon Technician or Rembrandt Pussyhorse, but it's still awesome.
Up next in my listening list is Massive Attack's Blue Lines and Richie Hawtin's Decks, EFX, and 909.
Well, I finished off listening to the CD's I recently bought. Here's my Quick thoughts.
Massive Attack-Blue Lines-Great Stuff. It's not as good as Mezzanine (aka the greatest Trip-Hop album ever recorded) but it's still great. There's a bit of a hip hop feeling to it, which i really like.
Richie Hawtin-Decks, EFX, and 909-This is awesome. A continuous mix of minimal techno, with repetative beats and rhythms, all seemlessly put together for a great listening experience. One of the Best DJ Mix CD's I've ever heard, slightly beaten out by Coldcut's 70 Minutes of Madness.
Finally, it seems like I might be a member of Clique B in the Hardcore discussion. So, If I'm in Clique B, and Czech isn't, then what does that make Leena?
Last nights episode of "South Park" was excellent. I basically have a feeling that the creators are done ripping on Scientology (which for now on will be known as Super Adventure Club, starting...now), which is ok. Plus, you can tell that they really are going to miss Isaac, though I hear he still performs "Salty Chocolate Balls" live.
Randy Orton changed his theme song briefly I hear. I don't watch Smackdown, so I really wouldn't know. At least he doesn't have Nickleback as his theme music.
It's hard to believe that the man who directed films such as Polergeist has had such a hit and miss career. For every Texas Chainsaw Massacre, there is a Mangler. For every Funhouse, there's a Crocodile. His latest movie, Mortuary (which just aired on Sci Fi, and hits DVD on April 18th.) isn't exactly a miss, but it's not a hit either.
The movie tells the tale of the Boyle family (which includes Denise Crosby from Pet Cemetary and Dan Byrd from the recent remake of The Hills Have Eyes), who move into an house in Arkham, Mass. Yes, this movie is heavily influenced by HP Lovecraft. That out of the way, the home is also a Mortuary, and of course, since it's a Mortuary in Arkham, only bad can come outt of it.
Anyways, the son get's a job at a diner, and makes some friends (including Alexandra Adi from Slap Her, She's French and Tequila Body Shots, and Rocky Marquette from Shallow Ground). They tell him about the legend of Bobby Fowler, a strange boy who murdered his parents at age eight and is rumored to live in the cemetary, which conveniently, is in the back yard of our Teenage hero's house.
Needless to say, it turns out that Bobby Fowler is real (and a bizzare, uneven mix of HP Lovecraft, the monster from Stuart Gordon's Castle Freak (which was inspired by a Lovecraft story) and Lucio Fulci's House By The Cemetary). Oh, and there's a strange fungus that possesses people, and brings the dead back to life. As well as a Lovecraftian creature who controls the fungus/slime. Oh, and the zombies can only be killed by salt. So, does it work?
Well, yes and no. On the plus side, Crosby, Byrd, and Marquette do good jobs at their roles. The make up effects are well done, and the Lovecraftian overtones and references don't hurt a bit at all. However, there are problems. The first being the rather lame CGI effects. Another problem is that the other performances are uneven. The biggest problem however, is the general tone. At one minute, it seems like the movie wants to be a creepy gothic horror story and tribute to Lovecraft, then in the next minute, it wants to be a tongue in cheek romp. The two style generally don't work, and the attempts at humor are pretty lousy. Plus, don't expect a gorefest, Sure, there's a torn out heat, black fungus vomit, and some blood, but no major gore. Then again, several of Hooper's films aren't that gory (or even gory at all) to begin with.
All in all, the best way to describe Mortuary would have to be uneven. I'll give it 5/10, since it's definately different, and it's never boring. However, it's not really good either, though it's not Hooper's worst movie.
-Well, my week of Spring Break is over. Some spent there spring break in Cancun. My Sister spent hers in South Carolina. Me? I spent it visiting my parents. Nothing special.
-Anyways, I've noticed that everywhere I go these days, there's a magazine with Ashlee Simpson on The cover. My question is, why? Really, why is she on so many magazine covers? Is she still popular?
-There's some neat little movies coming out tomorrow on DVD. The one I am most interested in for some reason, is "Shadow: Dead Riot". This does not look like a good movie per say, but it looks more like a movie that is so bad it will be great. Plus, it's a zombie movie, a martial arts movie, and a women in prison movie all in one.
-I hope everyone who has read it enjoyed the review of Tobe Hooper's "Mortuary" that I posted on my blog.
-Finally, I hope Carnival and Lushus have a good time at Raw tonight. Granted, Raw has sucked it hard for a while now, but I still hope they have fun.
Well, I'm not ordering "Wrestlemania" this year. Other than a few matches, I have little to no interest in the show. Cena vs. HHH is pointless, and you know HHH is going to win. The Triple Threat Match will be good, but the only good thing that could come out of it is Angle winning, which seems pretty unlikely at this point. Boogeyman vs. Booker: Poor Booker. I don't give a shit about the Pillow Fight, and neither do the fans. Then again, when was the last time the WWE did something that made the fans happy? Undertaker vs. Henry is pointless, other than to point out that Undertaker never jobs at Wrestlemania. The tag match doesn't interest me because lets face it, the titles are practically DOA. Edge vs. Mick is just sad. Edge should still be champ right now, is a great heel, and is the most over heel on Raw, yet he gets stuck with this bullshit.
Then there is Shawn vs. Vince. This is the worst feud of the year so far. There is no point to it other than to stroke Vince's ego, and there is no real hook to the match, other than "Vince is an Evil Asshole", which got tired a long time ago. Hopefully, after tomorrow night, the whole feud will be over, but at this point, I doubt it.
I was going to post a review for "Slither", but I changed my mind. I will say that it was awesome, and the most fun I've had in a theatre in ages.
-Good God, there been quite a few bannings lately. So far, it seems like fanofcoils, Desperate Housewife, and
Dam(o)n Yankees have been kicked out. So, what does ol' lovecraft think of this? Well, here are my thoughts of the banned offenders, including some long delayed thoughts on someone banned a while back.
.Dam(o)n Yankees-While he did get in a few arguments, and say some stupid things, he really didn't do anything to annoy me. To be honest, I don't see why he was banned, though I would like to know why.
.Desperate Housewife-I can see why. The guy constantly chastized posters in the WWE forums (including yours truely) for complaining in a "fan forum" (which it is not) about the product. I've already said it several times, so I'll say it again: This is the fucking internet. People complain over dumb shit all of the time, and it's nothing new. If you can't take the heat, then step away from the fire.
.fanofcoils-This guy should have been banned the first time he made an idiotic comment. Everyone from Special K, Vitamin X, Slayer, and yours truely couldn't stand the guy. Plus, he was the ultimate troll (read the threads on V for Vendetta and The Hills Have Eyes in the movie forum), derailed threads (as Special K pointed out), and was most likely some past banned poster. Good fucking riddance.
.MikeSC-An oldie to be sure. Wow, were to start. Randomly insulting people. Failing to back up his "facts". Trolling the NWA TNA forums. Turning a "Farenheit 9/11" discussion into a shitstorm (and I didn't even like the damn movie). Calling Islam a "Radical Death Cult". The list just goes on. At least he has his own message board now.
Glad I got all of that off of my chest. Anyways, here's some cool videos from YouTube
-Can performing their song "Paperhouse"
-Video for Cabaret Voltaire's "Sensoria"
-YOU DUMBASS! (I'm one of the few people on Earth who liked this show. Oh Well.)
-Shit, this has been a boring weekend. I've been stuck with homework, and the only time I get to go out is for dinner. Basically, I've been stuck in my dorm all weekend.
-I've been doing a lot of reading at night, mostly Richard Matheson. I love this guys work, and he's second to H.P. Lovecraft in my favorite horror authors of all time.
-Watched "Cabin Fever" last night. I still love that movie, so fuck the haters. For those of you who do love it, just some advice: You need to watch it more than once. The more you watch it, the more you'll recognize stuff and dialogue you didn't recognize before.
-I really don't have much else to say, so here's some YTMND links For Ya
Interpretation of the David Hasslehoff Song "Du" (I need to download this song some time)
Return of the Mack
Return of The Retun of The Mack
Return of The Return of TheReturn of The Mack
Return of The Return of The Return of The Return of The Mack
Return of The Jesus
Well, it looks like RVD will face whoever's champ on ONS. So far, it look's like we have 3 choices. Let's take a look at them, and how well they fit on ONS.
1.) HHH-Let's it folks, this one has a good chance of happening. Right now, I'm actually digging Trips as a cocky, arrogant heel, and he hasn't done any overdone mic time lately. He'll go over fine with the fans as a heel, though I don't see him losing to RVD unfortunately. That out of the way, RVD has kind of soured out on me since his return.
2.) Cena-This would be interesting, though I don't see it happening. In spite of what rumors say, I don't see him turning heel. Kind of a shame though, as he hasn't really been over 100% as a face lately, and would probably make a decent heel, as a heel turn would most likely rejuvinate his career. Plus, imagine the heat he would get at ONS. He's basically everything representing the WWE like it or not, so imagine him in front of rabid ECW fans, especially against RVD. That would be awesome.
3.) Edge-This is the best choice, IMO. The guy's the best heel on Raw, is excellent on the mic, and even has hardcore cred thanks to his hardcore match with Foley. Plua, Lita used to work for ECW, so she could put down the ECE fans along with Edge, and bring up the old days (no, not her old lockeroom activities). Unfortunately, this porobably won't happen, as HHH keeps putting him down, and seems a bit threatened by him to me.
Well, that's it for now.
-Well, last night's Raw was a mixed bag for me. The Vince vs. God bits are just another part of the worst feud of the year (so far) in Shawn vs. Vince, narrowly beating out Kane going crazy over May 19th. Come on Kane, you were in a movie that will most likely suck, there's no reason to take it out on other people. I'm sure that people will suffer watching it. That out of the way, we did get the return of Charlie Haas, Edge actually walking off at the end of Raw unhumiliated and winning, and more awesomeness from the Trish vs. Mickie.
-I bought the Unrated version of "Hostel", as well as the 2-disc special editon of "From Dusk Till Dawn".
-To close today's blog, here's a list of Horror movie Sequals that I always thought were underrated, and why.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2-the movie that introduced Bill Mosely to an unexpecting world. The funniest performance though, goes to Jim Sidow as Drayton Sawyer, who has one of the funniest lines in horror history when he tries to spell sex, or as he spells it, "S-C-E-X!"
House 2-I actually like this one better than the original. It's got a caterpuppy (just see the movie, you'll know what I'm talking about), a swordfight, a 170 year old cowboy zombie (who says "Ronnie Reagan wouldn't last 5 minutes in the old west) and more.
Beyond Re-Animator-Better than "Bride of Re-Animator", this movie has less lame puns, is funnier, has a re-animated penis duking it out with a re-animated rat, a jawless zombie trying to drink milk, and more. Also has one of the best double entendres in movie history
Howard Philips: That's the way to the hole!
Herbert West: It certainly is.
Creepshow II-The first two segments of this one aren't too much to write home about. The third one however, titled "The Hitch-Hiker", is fucking creepy. Here, a woman runs over a homeless man. However, he comes back...repeatedly.
Return of The Living Dead III-Not as good as the first, but better than the second, this Brian Yuzna directed sequal answers the age old question: what would happen if Romeo and Juliet were a zombie movie? Well, the answer is here. While it does have a few amusing moments (it's hard to hate lines like "Julie, You should quit eating that mans brains!"), this movie plays it all more straight. Also, Mindy Clarke plays Julie. Here, you get to see her tits, and after she becomes a zombie, she turns herself into a human pincushion/weapon. Again, you need to see it to know what I'm talking about.
Well, that's all for now.